Essex U400HV Rapid Cure High Viscosity Urethane Adhesive

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Item #: U400HV by CR Laurence

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Essex U400HV Rapid Cure High Viscosity Urethane Adhesive

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$25.12 /each In Stock

Item #: U400HV by CR Laurence

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  • OEM Tested, Approved and Used
  • Rapid Cure Performance
  • High Viscosity (HV) Formulation

Case Qty

10

Contents

10.5 Fl. Oz. (310 ml)

Minimum Order

10 Each

Size

10.5 Fl. Oz. (310 ml)

CRL Essex® U400HV Rapid Cure High Viscosity Urethane Adhesive is highly beneficial in installing auto glass in new vehicles. Essex® U400HV meets FMVSS 212 Windshield Retention and FMVSS216 Roof Crush Standards. It is recommended for aftermarket replacements. The high viscosity formula has a higher initial (green) strength and eliminates the need of any dam tape. Prepare the windshield with U5500 Betaprime Primer; prime the pinchweld with U5404 Betaprime Pinchweld Primer on the pinchweld if the metal was scratched during glass removal. DS 06/27/2016

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Many OEMs use CRL Essex® U400HV Rapid Cure Urethane Adhesive to install auto glass in new vehicles. They also recommend it for aftermarket replacements. Essex® U400HV meets FMVSS 212 Windshield Retention and FMVSS216 Roof Crush Standards. The High viscosity formulation eliminates the need for dam tape, and has higher initial (green) strength. Prepare the windshield with U5500 Betaprime Primer; prime the pinchweld with U5404 Betaprime Pinchweld Primer on the pinchweld if the metal was scratched during glass removal.